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Camping In The 1000 Islands

Camping is an affordable fun way to spend your vacation in the 1000 Islands.

Whether you come by boat, camper or car, you will find a campground any way you turn. There are so many exciting places to see and stay. From our famous Island National Parks, only accessable by boat. To the poolside and full service sites along the 1000 Islands Parkway. You are sure to find what you are looking for.
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Brockville 1000 Islands Parkway Gananoque Kingston

Brockville





Company: PLEASURE PARK CAMPGROUND
Address: 80 Graham Lake Road RR#4 Mallorytown Ontario
Telephone: (613) 923-5490
Description: CAMPGROUND
Web Site: www.tourpleasurepark.com
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Company: MAPLELEAF RV CAMPGROUND
Address: 283 County Road #5, Mallorytown Ontario
Telephone: (613) 923-1328 (613) 548-3257
Description: CAMPGROUND
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Company: Riverside-Cedar Campground
Address: 13180, county Rd 2, Morrisburg, ON K0C 1X0
Telephone: (613) 543-4328 or Toll Free 1-800-437-2233
Description: 12 Premium Waterfront Sites, Unserviced, 147 Regular Sites, 113 Sites with Electrical Hook-ups (15 Amps), 50 Recreation Vehicle sites with Water & Electricity (23 with 15 Amp service, 27 with 30 Amp service), 2 Camper Cabins with private boat launching, 1 Wilderness Site, Comfort Stations, 2 Trailer Dumping Stations, 2 Water Fill-up Stations, Showers, Extended Stay Camping (15 Amp service and water), Boat Launching, Recreational Building
Web Site: http://www.stlawrenceparks.com/rc.htm
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Company: Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary
Address: 5591 County Rd 2 ingleside, ON K0C 1M0
Telephone: (613) 537-2024 or Toll Free 1-800-437-2233
Description: 27 Regular Sites, 30 Sites with Electrical Hook-ups, Comfort Station, Trailer Dumping Station, Showers, Food Concession, Boat Launching. Swimming, Picnicking, Self-Guided Trails, Interpretive Programs, Upper Canada Bird Migratory Sanctuary.
Web Site: http://www.stlawrenceparks.com/ucb.htm
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1000 Islands Parkway includes Ivy Lea & Rockport

Company: 1000 ISLANDS Mallorytown - KOA
Address: 1477 Hwy #2, Mallorytown Ontario
Telephone: (613) 923-5339 or TollFree 1-800-562-9725
Description: Spacious, level, secluded, shady sites, no crowding. Centrally located in the 1000 Islands. Quiet, secure, family camping. Big rigs welcome. Sewer sites. Heated pool, hot tub, sauna, pavilion, 61-inch TV, karts, arcade. Nearby boat, ATV tours, casino.
Web Site: http://www.1000islandscamping.com
E-Mail: koa@1000islandscamping.com

Company: 1000 ISLANDS KOA
Address: 514 1000 Islands Parkway
Telephone: (613) 659-2817 or TollFree 1-800-562-2471
Description: Closest to 1000 Islands and casino. Walk to boat tours, diving, fishing, marinas, bike path, restaurants. 2001 Ambassador of Tourism Award winning resort combines deluxe amenities in a picturesque setting. Hot tubs, heated pool, playground paradise, movie theatre, fitness center, hiking trails, top notch arcade. Large level pull throughs with sewer.
Web Site: www.koa.com/where/on/55203.htm
E-Mail:campinfo@1000islandskoa.com
Company: ST. LAWRENCE ISLANDS NATIONAL PARK
Address: 2 County Road 5, RR3 Mallorytown, ON, K0E 1R0
Telephone: (613) 923-5261
Description: Saint Lawrence Islands National Park is Canada's smallest national park. Established in 1904. Today the park comprises all or parts of 21 islands and 90 inlets scattered between Kingston ,Gananoque and Brockville.
Web Site: St. Lawrence Islands National Park and Parks Canada
E-Mail: ont-sli@pc.gc.ca
Company: Twists Outlet Charleston Lake
Address: 2960 Outlet Road R.R. 4 Lansdowne, ON KOE 1L0
Telephone: (613) 659-3034 Fax: (613) 659-3029
Description: Seasonal and off-road sites, $745 for the season including electric, water and sewer. General store, also propane. Dockage with canoe and boat rental available. Our campsites are close to Charleston Lake Park with their many trails, beaches and activities. We have rental accommodations, 1 room efficiency, also available for weekend packages, 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom units, free canoe for use while renting one of our units.
Web Site: http://www.charlestonlake.com/twists.html or http://www.twistsoutlet.com/
E-Mail: twistie@1000island.net
Company: Brown's Bay Park
Address: Lansdowne, ON
Telephone: (613) 659-3057 or TollFree 1-800-437-2233
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Company: IVY LEA CAMPGROUND
Address: 2649 1000 Islands Parkway, Lansdowne ON K0E 1L0
Telephone: (613) 659-3057 or Toll Free 1-800-437-2233
Description: 17 Premium Waterfront Sites, Unserviced, 90 Regular Sites, 33 Sites with Electrical Hook-ups, 14 Recreation Vehicle Sites with Water & Electricity, 9 Walk-in Sites, Comfort Station, Trailer Dumping Station, Showers, Laundromat, Food Concession, Boat Launching, Boat Rental nearby, Swimming, Picnicking, Playground, Self-Guided Trails, Recreation and Interpretive Programs.
Web Site: www.stlawrenceparks.com/ivylea.htm
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Company: LIGHTHOUSE CAMPGROUND
Address: 900 1000 Islands Parkway, Mallorytown, Ontario
Telephone: (613) 923-5747
Description: $24 Day $144 Week $950 Season
36 Campsites full service
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Gananoque



Company: CHARLESTON LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK
Address: 148 Woodvale Road Lansdowne ON
Telephone: (613) 659-2065 Reservations at 1-888-668-7275
Description: 3 campgrounds have 238 campsites, 86 with electrical service. Meadowlands, Bayside and Shady Ridge campgrounds. 10 interior campsites on the shores of Charleston Lake accessible nly by water and trail. Arranged in 5 clusters, most feature a tent platform best suited for free-standing dome tents. Pit toilets are accessible to each site, firewood delivery, refuse pickup and equipment delivery and pickup (for a small fee).
Group Camping
3 group sites, 16-40 people. Central water tap, and vault toilets on site. Accessible by water (canoes) and there is no swimming. Approx. mile to the comfort station.
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Kingston

Company: 1000 Islands/Kingston KOA
Address: 2039 Cordukes Rd, Kingston, ON K7L 4V4
Telephone: (613) 546-6140
Description: Stay with us and visit the 1000 island region. Explore historic Kingston and Fort Henry, take a sunset island cruise. Relax at the pool or your large shady pull through site. Daily wagon rides and free movies, astronomy nights.
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Company: Rideau Acres
Address: 1014 Cunningham Rd. Kingston, ON K7L 4V3
Telephone: (613) 546-2711 Fax: (613) 546-5590
Description: Campground
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Company: Sand Lake Campground
Address: 5 Powell Bay Rd, Elgin, ON K0G 1E0
Telephone: (613) 359-6361
Description: Quiet, friendly family campground on Sand Lake on the Rideau Waterway System offering clean serviced campsites, cottages, sandy beach, playground, new floating docks and horseshoes. Excellent fishing. Off Hwy 15, 1/2 north of Kingston and 1/2 south of Smiths Falls.
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Saint Lawrence Iislands National Parks

Saint Lawrence Islands National Park is Canada's smallest national park. Established in 1904.
Today the park comprises all or parts of 21 islands and 90 inlets scattered between Kingston ,Gananoque and Brockville.
Campsites are located on 11 of the Park Islands. The mainland headquarters isLocated on the 1000 Islands Parkway between Brockville and Gananoque at Mallorytown Landing.
All Islands are accessable only by boat. The park does not provide transportation

  • Stovin Island a busy island adjacent to Brockville, 194m of dock space &2 campsites.
  • Adelaide Island a tiny island close to Mallorytown, 91m of dock space, no camping.
  • Mallorytown Landing is located mainland Mallorytown with 93m of dock space, full facilities
  • Grenadier East has a shallow dock ideal for small craft, &3 campsites.
  • Grenadier South is the largest campground with 17 campsites &273m of dock space.
  • Grenadier north shallow dock 71m & 2 campsites.
  • Grenadier West has a lighthouse, 133m of dock & no camping.
  • Georgina Island is under the 1000 Islands Bridge, & has 2 campsites &263m of dock.
  • Constance Island is a tiny Island adjacent to Georgina Island, 133m of dock space, no camping.
  • Gordon Island has 295m of dock space, 5 campsites & 3 picnic shelters.
  • Mulcaster Island has 143m of dock space, & 2 campsites.
  • Camelot Island is a popular island destination with 173m of dock space, 6 campsites.
  • Endymion Island is a popular boaters destination, 142m of docking, no camping.
  • Mermaid Island is a tiny island and popular for docking, with 86m deep-draught docking, no camping.
  • Aubrey Island has 214m of dock space & 8 campsites.
  • Thwartway Island no dock access, & no camping.
  • Milton Island is located at the western entrance of Bateau Channel, with 110m of dock space, &3 campsites.
  • Cedar Island is on the edge of Lake Ontario, with 102m of dock space &4 campsites.

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